I’ve been just as distracted by the festivities as most people around this time of year, but I thought I would squeeze another resource roundup post in.
Grant Abbitt makes a lovely winter wonderland scene using Blender 3.4.
As a side note I did use this sort of approach recently for an Illustration I’ve just completed but I will blog separately about that at some point.
I found some interesting tutorials for 3D art on this YouTube channel called 3dEx.
Will Terry YouTube
Will Terry has some great tutorials for people who want to make Illustrations for children’s books on his YouTube channel.
Resources for 2D and 3D artists
Quaternius 3D asset packs
You can download free sets of low poly 3D models from the Quaternius website.
Alex Zedig Diboine Brushpack
PD Howler 2023 on Steam
There was also a cool new update to PD Howler recently which introduces some wonderful painterly impasto like brushes. Here is a video by Dan Richie the developer of PD Howler explaining the new brushes.
G’MIC plug-in available for Adobe users
The G’MIC plug-in is now available on the Adobe creative cloud marketplace as a free resource.
Escape Motions has released yet another new version of Rebelle, the digital watercolour and oil painting software. You can read about the new features on their dev blog.
2D digital art and painting
I found this cool blog which talks about digital art technology called “2D digital art and painting” written by Dan Haden, the editor of Digital Art Live magazine. Definitely worth a read.
That is all for now, thanks for reading and happy holidays.